Serial Killers

 
January 13 2014, David Robb
Jan. 13, 2014Countess Erzsébet Báthoryby David RobbLady Macbeth is perhaps the most famous fictional female villainess in all of literature, but in 1606, while William Shakespeare was creating her...
 
December 26 2014, Marilyn Z. Tomlins
In early September world media splashed the headline that Jack the Ripper had finally been identified by amateur sleuth, Englishman Russell Edwards. The latter, in his book, Naming Jack the Ripper,...
 
September 11 2014, Robyn Maharaj
The author discovers from the Milwaukee police detective who spent six weeks interviewing Jeffrey Dahmer after his arrest in 1991 that Dahmer was far from the prototype of the average serial...
 
April 7 2014, Mirah Riben
Although only a small percentage of adoptees commit violent acts, adoptees are far more likely to commit suicide, kill one or both adoptive parents, or become serial killers than people raised by...
 
October 13 2009, Doris Lane
Big Harp Little Harp Sign The first known serial killers in American history were the Harp boys. During the years of the Revolutionary War, the two cousins went on an indiscriminate killing...
 
September 27 2011, Mark Pulham
Ian Brady and Myra Hindley Myra Hindley was, for the British public, evil personified, and was the most hated woman in Britain from the time of her arrest in 1965 until the day she died in 2002...

Jack The Ripper -- We Still Do Not Know Who He Was

December 26 2014, 0 Comments
In early September world media splashed the headline that Jack the Ripper had finally been identified by amateur sleuth, Englishman Russell Edwards. The latter, in his book, Naming Jack the Ripper,...

Exorcising Dahmer’s Ghost

September 11 2014, 0 Comments
The author discovers from the Milwaukee police detective who spent six weeks interviewing Jeffrey Dahmer after his arrest in 1991 that Dahmer was far from the prototype of the average serial...

Adoptees Who Kill: Examining the Psychological, Societal and Criminal Justice Ramifications of Adopted Child Syndrome

April 7 2014, 0 Comments
Although only a small percentage of adoptees commit violent acts, adoptees are far more likely to commit suicide, kill one or both adoptive parents, or become serial killers than people raised by...